Star Wars has always been big on merchandising: If George Lucas’s intellectual property could be spun off into a tangible good, it’s already happened. While that ultracapitalistic strategy has yielded a deluge of expected products and pricey frivolities, it has also provided fans with an array of actually useful Star Wars home goods — dishes, bed sets, décor, party supplies, even outdoor furniture — that enables enthusiasts to showcase their affinity without sacrificing practicality. If you’re looking for a gift for a diehard fan, or simply want a Porg–tinged overhaul of your home décor, here’s a 101-item guide to outfitting every room of the house.
This Force Awakens droid is so adorable that you just want to pet him like a puppy. This lotion dispenser comes close enough and it helps you stay moisturized, which seems like a fair trade-off.
If you really want to make your bathroom a shrine to BB-8, here’s a matching cotton rug that won’t slide around like the robot does.
Unlike that time Luke, Leia, and Han got caught in the trash compactor, nobody should have issues with this Darth Vader and TIE Fighter–themed wastebasket.
Forget the Force — the water pressure with this three-setting Vader showerhead is all anyone needs. There’s also a fixed version with R2-D2 that includes most of the same features.
Why go for his-and-hers towels, when you can dry off with one of the most memorable, gruffly romantic scenes in the whole series?
For kids, bath time will be a lot more fun and enjoyable when they can dry off and pretend to be one of the galaxy’s greatest Sith Lords. For parents … well, that depends on how evil the kid is.
Get nice and clean with this six-pack of terry washcloths that feature the faces of Darth Vader, R2-D2, and a stormtrooper.
Especially in the winter, anyone with dry skin could benefit from this mildew-fighting humidifier. Keep your complexion fresh and avoid looking like the unmasked Vader.
Available in full and twin sizes, these sets feature a selection of images from the saga’s best fight scenes. Each set includes a fitted sheet, flat sheet, and two pillowcases.
Even the Jedi need help organizing their stuff. Although this five-piece trunk set runs a bit on the small side, it’s a good, stylish option for toys and clothes.
The poor little thing looks terrified, so give it to someone who’ll snuggle this 16-inch pillow.
It’s like a fanny pack, but smaller and cuter.
An elegant accessory from a distance, and a conversation piece up close.
They’re incredibly detailed, yet still understated as far as cufflinks go. Cheaper alternatives include Vader and stormtrooper versions.
It’s too small for a laptop, but you can carry a light load with this bag, which makes it look like Chewie and the Porg are clinging to you.
Surprisingly, this backpack version of the tiny critter can fit more than its Chewbacca-including counterpart. Great for someone on the go.
Help someone be the next Chewbacca Mom. We’re sure the video will be a hit at Christmas.
This one-piece pajama is as close as anyone can get to feeling the embrace of a friendly Wookiee.
Help your pal relax in a pair of foam slippers designed to resemble everyone’s favorite galactic bounty hunter.
For 25 bucks, batteries included, nobody will ever have to make a fake stormtrooper voice again. Comic Cons are forever changed.
The descriptions of these sprays include the following phrases: “Top notes strike futuristically,” “Lightsabers are centers of total power and ‘Imperial luxury,’” and “Gold and white design represents strong femininity.” Do with that what you will.
Unlike the chopsticks, these stainless steel and plastic utensils don’t light up. On the plus side, they represent the hilts used by Vader, Luke, and Yoda. Note: If the giftee isn’t eating alone, you’ll need to order more sets — each one only comes with a single spoon, fork, and knife.
These ceramic bowls are some of the most stylish Star Wars home goods out there. If you want the complete set, matching dinner plates, appetizer plates, coffee mugs, pint glasses, and soup bowls are also available.
Much like the Death Star destroys planets, a spilled bottle of wine can destroy a pleasant evening, so remember to use this metal stopper.
Your wood table probably doesn’t have a deflector shield, but these coasters will do the trick.
You can’t Force-choke anyone who gets in your way in the kitchen, but this right-handed silicone mitt lets chefs grab pans and dishes as hot as 445 degrees Fahrenheit.
Five temperature settings let you whip up Darth Vader waffles at the desired level of crispness.
The loyal droid makes a sweet bowl of popcorn and stands just over a foot tall. If you’re more into the dark side, there’s also a Death Star model.
Another great kitchen gadget, this R2-D2 French press brews up to 32 ounces of coffee and has a handle and spout for easy pouring.
This tiny gadget has two chambers: one for grinding up dry herbs and another for storing the finished product. It’ll work for any kind of dry herb, in case your stoner friend loves the Star Wars films. (No way, right?)
Geeks can be refined, too! Add a little Pop Art to your living room with this Death Star–inspired take on Robert Indiana’s famed sculpture, and maybe accent it with this Chewbacca pillow.
Compatible with most Bluetooth devices that stream music and take calls, this iHome speaker also plays the Star Wars theme, lights up, and makes BB-8’s adorable squeaks.
Perfect for a couch, chair, picnic, or concert, this 40-inch by 50-inch raschel polyester blanket has great throwback-comic–style renderings of our heroes and villains.
Designed to hold kids weighing up to 100 pounds, this soft, plush Chewbacca chair also comes with a leatherlike satchel on the side for storing other Star Wars gear. A pleather Darth Vader model is also available.
Standing 31-and-a-half inches tall, Kylo Ren’s replica lightsaber is a great way to brighten up your end table or desk, unless you really hate red glowing light. It also comes in a Darth Vader model.
The 12-liter fridge holds up to 18 cans, which makes it perfect for a living room or home theater where you’ll be watching the films again. It’s especially cool for dark rooms, given its exterior LEDs that resemble the orange lighting from Empire. This fridge is even great for tailgating: When plugged into a car adapter, it can either cool or heat its contents. A four-liter micro-fridge is also available.
There are a lot of jokes to be made about our wookiee pal being a “walking carpet,” so just know that this soft item can be found in two sizes: six feet by three feet, or eight feet by four feet.
With this rug, you’ll never need to slice open a tauntaun to stay warm. The head is made out of a plush pillow, the claws are made of vinyl, and it’s made to not slip, so it’s a perfect area rug to put in front of the fire or TV.
Made from an old vinyl record that’s cut to resemble the shapes of your favorite characters, the clock can actually be customized, so get cracking on making your clock unique.
This BB-8 toy is 16 inches tall, responds to voice commands, can be controlled via an app, and will literally follow you around if you ask it to, using 360-vision and AI to help ensure it won’t crash into people, walls, or furniture (or pets). It’s basically a comfort Roomba. (If you’re more into the cheaper, dark side, there’s a smaller remote-controlled BB-9E for $130.)
The rules are the same. The setting is A New Hope. Players will want to land on “Death Star Destroyed” and “Medals for Heroes,” the equivalents of Park Place and Boardwalk. There’s also a new version of Trivial Pursuit that includes canonized questions through The Force Awakens.
There are Funko dolls for nearly every popular character, but if you have to choose one, why not make it the Princess?
You can go for the classics, or the newest hero’s saber.
We’re betting kids and adults alike would love to snuggle up with BB-8 in this retro woven wool blanket.
A flashy office accessory that doubles as a fun toy. The pen itself has a 14-karat gold nib, or you can opt for ballpoint and roller-ball versions.
The latest canonical installments come in book form with novelizations by Jason C. Fry, who’s also written a number of guides and novels set in the Star Wars universe. To go deeper, there’s James Luceno’s Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel, a prequel to the latest prequel, and the graphic novel version of that film.
Filled with gorgeous photos and plenty of behind-the-scenes info.
The casual fan might not recognize his name, but McQuarrie is responsible for the design of Darth Vader, Chewbacca, R2-D2, and many other iconic characters and settings from the original trilogy. This collection of his conceptual art is absolutely fascinating.
Anyone feeling intrigued, or a bit overwhelmed, by the canonical backstories that lead to the events of the films and the book and television tie-ins can get up to date with this comprehensive book. Until the next movie, anyway.
So it’s not quite “complete,” but this nine-disc set includes Episodes I to VI, with bonus discs featuring deleted scenes, audio commentary, interviews, and much more.
This Marvel-published set includes hardcover comic book adaptations of all seven movies, plus offshoots involving many of the main characters from the original trilogy, a canonical Force Awakens prequel, and a poster.
They’re no longer canon, but Timothy Zahn’s three novels, which follow the events of Return of the Jedi, are widely beloved. The high point of the “Expanded Universe” of books, comics, and memorabilia, now rebranded as “Star Wars Legends,” the Thrawn books are an entertaining detour from everything that’s happened since George Lucas left the franchise.
Complete the BBQ ensemble with this Darth Vader apron. (Don’t forget that silicone oven mitt for grilling with some big flames!) There’s also an R2-D2 version available.
For smaller repair needs, this R2-D2 model comes with three replaceable bits: two Phillips-head, one flathead. Conveniently, each bit can be stored at the bottom of the unit.
A perfect Star Wars party light. With 16 different colors and a strobe option, this Death Star is remote-controlled and can last up to eight hours on a charge. At 15 inches high, it can be used as a footstool or even a chair, as it holds up to 190 pounds. Sorry, Jabba — you’ll have to find another place to sit.
After a long day, what better way to relax than by kicking back in this Darth Vader Adirondack chair? Made with treated lumber, it’s 36 inches wide and can hold up to 600 pounds. You can also pair it with the stormtrooper version.